|Windows Azure is a flexible platform that provides developers
with on-demand compute and storage to host, scale and manage web
applications on the internet. We want you to try it out and
experience the advantages that Windows Azure can bring to your
Use Windows Azure to:
Enjoy the flexibility, scalability and reliability while
reducing your TCO with Windows Azure!
- Run commodity processes in the cloud
- Build, modify and distribute scalable applications with minimal on-premises resources
- Perform large volume storage, batch processing, intense computations
|Starting January 25th to March
31st 2010, deploy any application on the Windows Azure
and get a chance to win $7000. For every application you
deploy, get 1 (One) ballot to the contest.
|You can get started building
applications in a cloud. Take advantage of Introductory Azure
offers and benefit from compute hours, storage, data transfers,
SQL Azure databases and Windows Azure platform AppFabric messages
at special rates.
Take advantage of our promotional
offers for a price advantage
For more details on
our Introductory Azure special for MSDN subscribers
How to Get Started:
Develop an application and deploy it on
Download Training Kit
Watch Video Tutorial
Claiming Azure via MSDN subscription
How to Win:
Once you have deployed your application, email the URL, to
subject line “Partner Submission-Build IT and They will
The more applications you deploy on Azure, the more chances to
Good Luck! We look forward to seeing you in the Cloud!
DPE – Windows Azure Team
Applications (url) must be live until May 1st 2010.
Applications must have a unique url name to qualify for one
A Canadian Live ID is required to access Windows Azure and must
point to an address
The Affinity Group for your application when setting up on Azure
should be point to
“North Central US”
*No purchase necessary. Contest open to residents of Canada. />
There is 1(One) prize available to be won (approximate retail
value of $7000).
Contest closes 11:59PM EST on March 31st 2010.
Skill-testing question required to be answered correctly.
For full contest rules click here –